Lot Fourteen’s state-of-the-art facilities and diverse range of spaces for residents are home to innovators, pioneers, ground-breakers and thought leaders in a host of emerging and fast-evolving industries, including defence, space, artificial intelligence, cyber-security and creative industries.
Here, the world’s leading names in new technologies and defence, sit alongside visionary start-ups, perceptive entrepreneurs and, of course the Australian Space Agency, to share knowledge and build valuable networks.
Not-for-profit organisation Stone & Chalk are the operators of this hub. They're a global leader and startup ecosystem builder who will help businesses in the startup hub at Lot Fourteen successfully commercialise and scale new ideas.
Artisan Post Group
A post-production company that employs the latest technology to enhance visuals and sound in film, television and streaming content.
Chamonix IT Consulting
Chamonix partners with clients to achieve and maintain the most up-to-date digital technology in the workplace.
Convergen is a digital agency that specialises in bringing the visuals of major infrastructure works to life.
Core Energy and Resources
Bringing distinctive industry knowledge, a global perspective and an Australian focus, Core Energy and Resources specialise in energy and resource market intelligence.
Embracing creativity to deliver engaging solutions that leverage the latest in technologies, Cortex Interactive helps businesses to overcome communication challenges by designing immersive and enjoyable experiences.
Daitum is an Australian-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) company born out of the vision to make decision analytics more accessible.
Defence Teaming Centre Inc.
Defence Teaming Centre Inc. (DTC) is a national defence sector membership organisation that supports and develops Australian industry to be more competitive and meet the needs of defence.
Defence and Space Landing Pad
Founded with a vision to support businesses of any size to establish a footprint in Australia, the Defence and Space Landing Pad allows defence and space companies to begin their business journey in South Australia.
exposé: Data Exposed
Exposé is a data and analytics consulting firm delivering business focused outcomes. Organisations in today's evolving market need the ability to react quickly and efficiently – Exposé help them leverage data, IoT, AI and smart analytics to drive that success'.
Inovor Technologies is a leader in space technology, providing specialist development services and advanced satellite mission solutions to a range of clients and industries including defence and commercial customers.
A virtual reality studio that specialises in development and production of original VR content, Jumpgate VR opens up the new worlds of virtual reality.
Life Whisperer employs non-invasive, Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven image analysis to improve the selection of viable embryos for IVF implantation and ultimately improve outcomes for couples wanting to have children.
Global leaders in secure, low-cost and low-power, data connectivity, Myriota pioneers new ways to retrieve information from anywhere on earth, through its constellation of nanosatellites.
Neumann Space develops in-space propulsion systems for satellites and their innovative product gives satellites an edge by saving energy spent on common mission manoeuvres.
Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur
Delivering a new platform and home for entrepreneurship in the state, the Office of the South Australian Chief Entrepreneur helps those with imagination turn great ideas into outstanding successes.
Presagen partners with medical institutes to co-create web-based medical imaging software for specific diagnostic problems, which can then be delivered at scale and at low cost.
Residents Coming Soon
Australian Space Agency
The new home of Australia’s space exploration and research, Lot Fourteen will house the Australian Space Agency. This will create a focal point for space-related businesses and organisations – both local and international – putting them in prime position to seize on valuable opportunities within the global space market.
The Australian Space Agency will be the leading light in the nation’s global push for recognition in the field and see Australia take its place amongst the world’s space exploration heavyweights.
Mission Control Centre and Space Discovery Centre
Lot Fourteen will also feature the ground-breaking Mission Control Centre and the Questacon partnered Space Discovery Centre. Open to school groups, universities, organisations and business, the Space Discovery Centre will provide a unique and up-close insight into the science, technology, engineering and mathematics that form the critical backbone to any space project, through interactive programs, training and simulation.
The Mission Control Centre will provide the facilities and technology to support small satellite missions, through real-time control, testing and development.
Australian Institute for Machine Learning
The Australian Institute for Machine Learning (AIML) at the University of Adelaide is one of the world's best research groups in artificial intelligence, computer vision and machine learning.
With a focus on high-quality, high-impact research, AIML is leading the way in developing high-tech AI products and solutions, and transforming the way that we live for the better.
MIT Living Lab
The MIT Living Lab will bring together the public, private and research sectors to analyse big data to determine the most effective ways for South Australia to drive economic and sustainable population growth.
The Living Lab is enabled by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and principal partner Bank SA and is supported by Optus Business and DSpark.
Australian Cyber Collaboration Centre
The centre will support startups, scale-ups and existing businesses to launch new products and services into global markets.
This capability will create a nation-leading cyber ecosystem in South Australia that contributes to economic growth through new skills, new enterprises, new customers and new investment.
Commanding prime position in the heart of the neighbourhood, the purpose-built Lot Fourteen Innovation Centre will provide a world leading facility for the delivery of seamless industry and research collaboration with the reassurance of a Secured Compartmented Information Facility for highly sensitive and confidential projects, along with a proposed Graphic Processing Unit giving residents access to vastly superior computer processing speeds. Additionally, this smart technology centre will offer highly adaptable demonstration spaces to showcase the incredible advances in technology, industry and research that established global companies and the next generation of entrepreneurs are bringing to life at Lot Fourteen.
Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre
Against the backdrop of the breathtaking Adelaide Botanic Garden, the Aboriginal Art and Cultures Centre will provide an inspiring, informative and important insight into the world’s oldest living culture. Here, the art, music, language, culture and spirituality of the first Australians will be honoured and celebrated.
It will combine works from nationally significant collections, the living culture and traditional knowledge of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and showcase new voices through digital art and emerging technology.
International Centre for Food, Hospitality and Tourism Studies
A fully integrated, world-class learning facility in the heart of Australia’s food and wine capital, the International Centre for Food, Hospitality and Tourism Studies will become the destination of choice for those seeking to learn from the best, and graduate with the skills and qualifications to launch a career that can take them to the world’s most renowned establishments.